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EXCLUSIVE: Victor Martinez Back as Concept Artist for Terminator: Genesis

By: On June 7th, 2014

Victor Martinez was the concept artist/designer on Terminator Salvation and he was hired for the new Terminator movie… currently titled Terminator: Genesis.

We are glad he is back and although he can not talk about the movie (which we totally understand and respect) we can officially announce his involvement right here!

Victor previously worked with Skydance Productions on Star Trek Into Darkness. He has also worked on many other well known movies such as Jim Cameron’s Avatar, Transcendence (yes that movie where we refer to it as Johnny Depp playing SkyNet), OZ: The Great and Powerful and more.

Moto Terminator Chase Concept Art

We trust in his design work and he knows how to respect the Jim Cameron universe well and we look forward to seeing some of his creations on the big screen in July 2015.

We will also be interviewing Victor very soon regarding Terminator Salvation! So stay tuned to hear about stuff you may not have known about that movie before.

 Official description on Victor’s official company website:

Victor James Martinez is the Creative Director and Founder of ROBOTvictor – a Los Angeles based design lab dedicated to Conceptual Art and Design for the Entertainment Industry (Film, Television, Commercial, Architecture, Video Games, Theme Parks…


Check out some of Victor’s Terminator Salvation work in the gallery below.

You can find more Terminator Salvation concept art over on Victor’s official website and get to his Facebook page and support him with a like at the respective links below.

Like Robot Victor on Facebook HERE

Categories: ArtConcept ArtCrewJames CameronParamount PicturesSkydance ProductionsTerminator Salvation (2009)Terminator: GenisysVFX


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Time. Used to be that time was a straight line. Not anymore. through timeteleportation, the machines changed time. over and over. not so strange then, that some things come back, from beeing lost in time.

by changing the future you can change the past too.